Description: From Introduction: "The Mount Vernon nickel-gold deposit is 4 1/2 miles southeast of the city of Mount Vernon, Skagit County, Wash. The writers believe that the nickel was originally present in the serpentinized peridotite and that it was dissolved and redistributed by ascending hydrothermal gold-bearing solutions while the serpentine was being altered into the silica-carbonate rock."
Creator: Hobbs, S. W. & Pecora, W. T.
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